Glad you enjoyed your visit! I'm sure the heat today scared many people away from coming to the park (at least the dry side of it).
Maxx Force really is spectacular
JG-77 wrote:Funny note: the screen that is supposed to replace riders' faces with the creepy mask things was broken, and was instead displaying a windows XP or vista desktop screen with what looked like an error message.
So, uh, is there a way to change your home park on your Six Flags membership? My friends and I bought our memberships at Great America, but that isn't our local Six Flags - St. Louis is our nearest. I've logged into my membership account and there doesn't seem to be a way to change which park is listed as my home park.... So now I'm getting e-mails about Bring A Friend, but it's for GA and I don't live anywhere near Chicago (friends and I are in Missouri).
Do we have to go to the park to change it? If we go to SF STL, can we change it to our home park there?
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